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Saturday, August 3, 2013

The management is so bad!

The management is so bad. Whenever I have a bad day I type into google something about bad management and LLNL managers, who are effectively EBA, fit all the criteria. I usually apply for 10-15 jobs a week and I still out perform everyone around me.
They never put their buddies on the EBA list. I just pray I get out of this place.
WARNING: DO NOT GO INTO SCIENCE.

8 comments:

thief said...

The management is so bad.

Audience: HOW BAD IS IT...............???

Anonymous said...

"I just pray I get out of this place. "
God may grant your wish with a heart attack. May I suggest you just find a new company instead.

Anonymous said...

The Directorate management that I am under is NOT bad. They genuinely work hard "to make Programs suceed through people and technology". Yep, they're only human, so mistakes are made - that doesn't make them bad managers. And yes, I also appreciate the SMC...

Anonymous said...

Why judge management on such a personal level. Look at the big picture. The Lab population has declined 25% since the contract, our biggest program (which robbed overhead from all others) NIF cannot meet its objectives because it is based on poor science. REal salary is declining becasue of bogus benefits programs and phony claims of efficiency which was to pay for them. Keep it simple, no need to go have heart attacks, or squabble, just be content with the facts. Love it or leave is, indeed, a fair response, but no need to debate the quality of our management. It is a given.

Anonymous said...

August 6, 2013 at 10:36 AM

Yep, it's Rechtal whose motto has been long before LLNL was taken over, "Seek and Destroy". This was told to all of you during the transition when there was more than 1000 questions asked and answered but many said, NO it all BS, they aren't that bad. Well, you lose as we told you back then and you'll continue to lose. Hang in their and please don't die for those MF'r. Rechtal is not worth it.

Anonymous said...

August 6, 2013 at 10:36 AM

Yep, it's Rechtal whose motto has been long before LLNL was taken over, "Seek and Destroy". This was told to all of you during the transition when there was more than 1000 questions asked and answered but many said, NO it all BS, they aren't that bad. Well, you lose as we told you back then and you'll continue to lose. Hang in their and please don't die for those MF'r. Rechtal is not worth it.

Anonymous said...

I used to think the Dilbert comic was just for laughs. Now I release it's actually an accurate biography about the managers at the NNSA labs!

Anonymous said...

Adam Rowen (manager of the Materials Chemistry department) from Sandia National Laboratories does not have a Ph.D

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